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    JobAccess: Employer Toolkit

    The JobAccess Employer Toolkit is an online resource to guide employers through the entire process of employing people with disability, using simple, straightforward videos, downloadable resources and highlighting real-life case studies.  The Employer Toolkit covers a range of topics relating to disability employment, including creating inclusive policies, finding and interviewing jobseekers with disability, and making adjustments in the workplace.

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    TEQSA Guidance Note: Diversity and Equity

    TEQSA have identified the terms 'diversity' and 'equity' within the Higher Education Standards (HES) Framework and have developed guidance notes to assist Higher Education providers in insuring equivalent opportunities for student academic success.

    TEQSA guidance notes aim to provide greater clarity for providers in the interpretation and application of selected standards. Guidance notes draw on our regulatory experience and knowledge of experts in the higher education sector. The guidance notes are not instructional or ‘how to’ documents for compliance with the new HES Framework.

    Guidance Note: Diversity and Equity (Version 1.2. 11 October 2017)

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    Connect50 - internship program for regional Victoria

    Connect50 is an internship scheme in regional Victoria that matches talented university and TAFE students with disability with paid roles in local businesses. For students, it’s a chance to gain vital work experience during study. For employers, it’s a talent pipeline that helps cultivate an inclusive and diverse workplace culture.

  • Article

    NDIS Information Toolbox

    The Toolbox is a valuable resource for all training providers, and provides an extensive collection of online resources, with accompanying downloadable support materials, to build knowledge of: The NDIS system in general; Administration processes for enrolling NDIS clients in VET; and Training and assessment for NDIS clients.

    The Victorian Department of Education and Training (DET) funded the Australian Council for Private Education and Training (ACPET) to develop and deliver a specific professional learning Toolbox for registered training organisations (RTO) who deliver vocational education and training (VET). 

     

  • Article

    ADCET postcard and flyer

    Print ready version of the ADCET postcard and promotional flyer

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    An Introduction to Disability Advocacy: online training

    The aim of this course is to introduce what it takes to be an effective advocate and provide a strong foundation in advocacy practice. This course is unaccredited and is available FREE of charge.

  • Article

    VET Student Outcomes 2018

    VET student outcomes 2018 presents information from the National Student Outcomes Survey on the outcomes of students who completed their vocational education and training (VET) in Australia during 2017.

    Summary of VET Students with disability data

    Table 7  Outcomes and satisfaction for graduates, by student characteristics, 2018 (%)

     

    Employed after
    training

    Improved employment status after training

    Employed or
    in further
    study

    Achieved their main reason
    for doing the training

    Satisfied with
    the overall quality of
    training

    Disability status (including impairment or long-term condition)
    With a disability

    53.5

    41.8

    72.4

    74.4

    85.5

    Without a disability

    79.1 60.5 86.4 85.0 86.9

     

    Table 8    Outcomes and satisfaction for subject completers, by student characteristics, 2018 (%)

     

    Employed after
    training

    Improved employment status after training

    Employed or
    in further
    study

    Achieved their main reason
    for doing the training

    Satisfied with
    the overall quality of
    training

    Disability status (including impairment or long-term condition)

     

    With a disability

    62.8 36.8 66.1 80.3 84.3

    Without a disability

    86.0

    46.3

    87.8

    91.2

    90.7

     

    Table 11    Median annual income after training for graduates employed full-time, by student characteristics, 2018 ($)

     

    Employed full-time
    after training

    Employed in first
    full-time job, started
    after training

    Disability status (including impairment or long-term condition)

    With a disability

    48 900

    41 600

    Without a disability

    57 200

    45 600

     

    Table 17     Number of graduate and subject completer respondents, by key characteristics, 2018

    Student characteristics

    Graduates

    Subject completers

     

    With a disability

    11 286 3176

     

     

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    Disability Employment Toolkit

    The Victorian Public Sector Commission's (VPSC) Disability Employment toolkit includes access and inclusion information and online resources for everyone: Public Sector Leaders; Human Resources and Hiring Managers; Managers; Employees with disability; and, Job seekers with disability. 

    The toolkit will support:The creation of safe, inclusive and respectful workplaces that are free from discrimination; The implementation of inclusive attraction, recruitment, retention and progression strategies; and, Support for prospective and existing employees and their managers.

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    Pathways 14: Photos

    Thank you to the Pathways 14 photographer Susan Wright

    Contact: suejophotography@gmail.com.